Episode 1344 – PayPal Hit With Credential Stuffing Attack, Accounts Breached – Users Are At Fault

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PayPal announced that some accounts were compromised through a crednetial stuffing attack. This episode talks about why this is not PayPal’s fault and the blame needs to be put on the users.

Be aware, be safe.

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